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.s. ambassador to the united nations. >> heather: lights are coming on for some in new york city while others are learning it could be weeks before their power is restored. mayor mike bloomberg on the latest recovery efforts and help cannot come soon enough for those living in hard hit areas of staten island. david lee miller is standing by with the very latest. >> reporter: let's start with conflicting information. there are reports at this hour that authorities have stopped the free distribution of free gasoline, gasoline from the department of defense that had been delivered to various parts of new york city by using tanker trucks and first responders were eligible to get that gas. i can tell you that here on staten island there is such a tanker truck and gasoline is being distributed to the general public as well as a separate line for first responders. at least here in staten island, free gasoline is available to the general public. authorities say they have at least 36 hour supply of free gasoline on hand. now, additionally, help has arrived here from the red cross, red cross has come u
in new hampshire. new york city, victims of sandy outside of manhattan say they are being ignored. they are targeting the mayor. more bloomberg was about to speak to a staten island crowd but security ushered him away when they yelling profanities at the mayor. >> reporter: home after home is now condemned, what looks like garbage littering streets is everything some people own. sandy's wrath is just about everywhere you look in the midland beach section of staten island. >> when it gets dark we worry about cold and looters. >> they struggle to keep warm and safe. police have received reports of looters, some residents are even putting up signs in their front yard. >> we have to stand guard by the windows at night waiting for people to come by to make sure nobody steals anything. when you sleep you think someone is trying to rob your house. >> that is when you still have a house. floodwaters were so strong they moved this home to the other side of the street yet homeowner janice clashing feels -- clark feels fortunate. >> the whole neighborhood is homeless. >> now freezing tempera
and expect a slow ride home, and of course, again, across new york city we are already crippled with our transit system, so this is going to be a long haul. the next 24 to 36 hours. rain heavy at times. wind gusts, sometimes exceeding 65 miles per hour depending how far inland the storm moves in. heavy snow for the interior and mountains. that could change, jon. one of the har december things to forecast is the no totals. they could go up or down. the one thing is for certain the area is so vulnerable and we'll see more reports of power outages. i talked to my husband they are core dong off some of the trees in the neighborhood because they think they are going to come down with this storm system. it's awful. jon: so many problems, people without power already and more to come it sounds like. >> reporter: we'll try to keep you up to date as best as we can. jon: janice dean thank you. jenna: the president with a host of foreign policy challenges ahead of him in his second term from the crisis in syria and fears that could spread elsewhere in the mideast to the race to stop iran from getti
in and out of the region, new york city's closing parks, playgrounds and beaches, and new jersey's warning folks that high winds could mean new power outages in some of the hardest-hit areas. meteorologist janice dean live in the fox extreme weather center with more. >> reporter: unfortunately, it's bad news. this is a strong nor'easter that's going to hit areas that have seen historic damage. a lot of folks here still without power, and we're going to be dealing with sub-freezing temperatures overnight tonight. let's zoom on in where we're getting a mix of rain and snow and sleet. it's going to be a very, very messy and dangerous commute home for a lot of folks along jersey up towards long island, new york city and then moving into connecticut and portions of northern new england where we're seeing the snow event. some of the storm totals, this is an aggressive computer model that we're looking at, but we could, we could see over 6, maybe 7 inches of snow across new jersey spreading up towards southern new york and in towards new england. so some impressive snow totals. snow is one of the
of this nor'easter head our way. in and out of the new york city area you will see a lot of a paralysis. remember last time around? 24,000 flights were canceled as a result of hurricane sandy. now we have a similar situation it's a smaller storm and it's suppose to not be here quite as long. you will get 1 to 3 to 6 inches of snow and freezing rain. the airports are starting to hunker down. we'll keep you posted. bill: president obama saying he wants to meet with governor romney to resolve our problems. looming fiscal crisis. only 60 days away. the president faces a divide congress and speaker boehner saying he will not budge on the president's plan to raise taxes. >> the american people want solutions and tonight they responded by renewing our republican house majority. the american people also made clear there is no mandate for raising tax rates. bill: that statement and that battle -- jonah goldberg, good morning to you. it's good to have you here with us. where does that battle join do you believe now? >> john boehner has a pretty good case to make in terms of inside the beltway, in
in the dark. the finish line for the new york city marathon was disassembled with the race cancelled on friday. some who had planned to run instead took food and supplies to hard hit communities. >> megyn: officials also concerned about getting displaced voters to the polls on tuesday. with many sites shut down for lack of electricity. new jersey's allowing storm victims to vote by e-mail. some new york voters could be casting ballots in tents. to make matters worse, temperatures are expected to dip below freezing tomorrow with a nor'easter forecast to hit later in the week. that could bring frigid temperatures, strong winds and snow to some of the same spots hit so hard by sanity. >> bret: amazing people don't have homes here. charles krauthammer, a lot of people concerned in this area and what's happening. there's been a lot of talks about the politics of hurricane sandy. your thoughts of how this has potentially affected the race and how it may affect tuesday. >> i think it clearly has affected the race. we speculated about this from the beginning, on monday, now the numbers are in. if you
canceled new york city marathon. dozens of generators, warm blankets, and food were reportedly left sitting there in central park, helping no one. this is happening when storm victims were reportedly freezing and going hungry. trace gallagher has an update. reporter: part of bloomberg's reason to go through with the new york city marathon, people complained that it would divert resources from those who desperately need them. when the race was canceled, the supplies -- they just sat there. they are still sitting there. not just the badly needed generators, but tens of thousands of mylar space wickens, jackets, bottled water that is desperately needed in a lot of areas. security crew say the reason the supplies cannot be moved is because there was an impromptu race that they could not push the runners out of the way there. the race organizers have not officially said why the supplies have not moved. we e-mail the mayor's office and no response on that. but the city did say that some of the generators you are looking at where the white types of generators for these areas. they were saying that
polling sites across the country. rick folbaum is watching that for us in our new york city newsroom. you are in the spirit. >> reporter: a little flavor from my friends at the fox news edge over here. they are all wearing these hats today, very patriotic. we love it when you send us pictures. this is part of the u report feature on jennifer keller in gallon va galvanston, texas. all their polling machines have problems. a lot of voters are leaving their place in line so they can get to work. something we will keep an eye on here. here is what it looked like a polling place in man in manhattan this morning. this shot sent to us by someone named jenna leave. wonder who that is. a simple message from these cute kids in the suburbs of new york city, okay those are actually my children. my wife and i are trying to teach them early on how important it is to have your voices heard on election day. send us your photos to report and i'll see if i can get my hands-on one of these hats for you if you're interested. jenna: i think it would look great on jon. it looks great
city, it was new york state, it was new jersey who probably got the biggest hit of all and yet again there is not the kind of agonizing anguished coverage anderson cooper parked in new york two years after the storm to talk about how terrible bush was. >> why did chris christie get such favorable coverage? he was it because he was a republican. >> he got good coverage because he was praising obama. >> the only reason they covered christie was because he spoke positively of obama otherwise the governor of new jersey where the storm hit would not have got even coverage. >> he got more coverage and affection because he praised obama. >> because obama did a good job and christie did the right thing by praising him. >> people in the impact zone in the skyscrapers, i don't know if they would say good job now. it's a week out and they have no heat or power. >> are they blaming particular politicians for it? >> they are blaming the system and fema and the national media are not connecting the dots that the president is in charge of fema. jon: i am eating of jenna's time. we have to say about
, 5,000 gallon-trucks have been brought in, set up at five spots around new york city by the department of defense, giving away free gas. it is first for first responders, but they say they won't turn anyone away. we will be back later today. janet napolitano will be on hand later with governor chris christie at 3:15. >> even 50 miles away from the storm, you can't find an open gas station. it's quite a scene here. >> reporter: nope. >> thank you. >> back to politics now, one of the latest indications of how close this presidential election is. a brand-new poll? one battleground state hoeing a virtual dead heat. as political watchers believe it might be out of reach for governor romney. we will take a closer look at who could ultimately decide who wins the state of pennsylvania. we will get a report from the ground there. who can forget these images? americans taking hostages in iran 33 years ago today, capturing the world's attention. one of the captives shares his story with us, ahead. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could
look outside, times square here in new york city, this is a cool shot, isn't it. >> very. >> bret: that's the electoral vote up there. it's still tied at this hour as our map continues to fill in 163 to 163 and the magic number say it together 270 to win the white house. >> megyn: kind of left you hanging there. [ laughter ] sorry, next time. >> bret: crickets chirping. >> megyn: i have your back next time. >> bret: let's bring in peggy noonan your thoughts on the evening? >> it's quite a night. i'm hearing the pessimism of people, a certain of the guests i quite understand it. but a lot remains to be seen about this night. it's a funny sort of thing. it looks like it will go on for a while. i'm not at all sure we are going to know what's going on in ohio for a while. but there is a -- oh a subdued feeling to this if you are a conservative or a republic this evening. second thought is, i'm thinking my goodness, we just spent $2 billion, we're preoccupied profoundly for 18 months. there was no other story in america but the political story, and we may wind up with a certain stays with ro
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